Undergrad Enrollment Trends

27 06 2008

http://dpb.cornell.edu/documents/1000397.pdf

I “love” the fact that Cornell wants to decrease the number of undergrads, and most of the facilities under construction are meant for docs and post-docs (researchers).

EDIT: Even funnier now that the economic crisis has them upping the number of freshman intended for a given class to go from 3,050 to 3,150 [1]. However, since this university gets a perverse sense of pride by having larger-than-expected class, seeing that number between 3250 and 3350 is probably the more likely outcome. Don’t foget the transfer students either; Cornell doesn’t necessarily have to house them, so they’d be more flexible in accepting them.

http://cornellsun.com/section/news/content/2009/02/12/%E2%80%98grave%E2%80%99-budget-dictates-cu-plans


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